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APA Heritage Month Celebration & Sunday Streets

Sunday, May 6, 2018
10:30 AM–4 PM 
Free admission courtesy of Target
On Sunday, May 6, the Asian Art Museum joins the City and County of San Francisco in Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a free, museum-wide celebration featuring an artist’s talk, kids’ tours, art-making and more. 

Choreographer and Flyaway Productions founding artistic director Jo Kreiter, and composer-performer Van-Anh Vo, talk about their upcoming project, Tender. An apparatus-based, off-the-ground dance on the facade of the Tenderloin’s Cadillac Hotel, Tender interweaves excerpts of interviews from members of the Tenderloin-based Vietnamese community into the performance. Short samples of the music will be interspersed with the talk. 

The streets will be closed for Sunday Streets, so the celebration can spill out into the Civic Center for nonstop fun.   

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Visit Asian Pacific American Heritage Month for a list of APA Heritage Month events.


"Target First Free Sundays"—free general admission on the first Sunday of every month and the family programs offered on that day—are made possible by Target. Lead funding for the Asian Art Museum’s Cultural Celebrations is generously provided by Kaiser Permanente. Major funding is provided by Bank of America. Additional funding is provided by Dodge & Cox and The Joseph & Mercedes McMicking Foundation. Support is also provided by an endowment established by The Hearst Foundations.